The geochemistry group in the department of geological sciences, University of Manitoba have funds to support several M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. Projects include ore deposits, evolution of seawater and atmospheric composition, tectonics and geochronology.
Students interested in the application of stable and radiogenic isotopes to these or similar geological projects are encouraged to apply. The department of Geological Sciences has recently acquired several new instruments including, two Delta V Plus with peripherals for the analysis of H, C, O, N and S, and a Cameca 7f magnetic sector secondary ion mass spectrometer (SIMS) for light and heavy isotopic analysis. These new labs complement the X-ray and microbeam facilities, which include SX100 electron microprobe, SEM, LA-ICP- MS, FTIR, Mossbauer, and powder and single crystal diffractometers.
Interested students should contact:
1. Andrey Bekker (Precambrian atmospheric and ocean composition) - email@example.com
2. Alfredo Camacho (Tectonics and geochronology) - firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Mostafa Fayek (Uranium deposit research and exploration) - email@example.com
For more information visit: http://www.umanitoba.ca